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How do I repeat a theorem number?

Often in my papers I want to mention theorems in the introduction that are introduced in more detail and proved in a later section. I'd like to include the statement of these theorems twice over, ...
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Repeat a Theorem [duplicate]

For my thesis I have to repeat my theorems, not just the number but the exact wording of the Theorems. I found the question How to repeat the content of a quote (e.g. introduction+conclusion) without ...
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Numbering of Theorem/Lemma [duplicate]

I have some lemma (let's call it lemma 4) in my main text, but I prove it in the appendix. Therefore, I want to restate the lemma in the appendix again as lemma 4. How can I achieve this? Thanks!
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Quote theorem of same paper [duplicate]

Assume I have a Theorem with number 1.2 in my paper. After that some other numbered content follows. Now, in a new section I want to cite Theorem 1.2, i.e. want to make some kind of copy paste. How ...
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How to copy a lemma to appendix without changing its number?

I have a document with a lemma (using amsthm), like so: \begin{lem} \label{mylemma} % ... \end{lem} The proof of this lemma can be found in the appendix (see section \ref{sec:proof_of_mylemma}). ...
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using a restatable before it is stated

This question is related to the question at Recalling a theorem, which uses the thmtools and thm-restate packages and the restatable environment to define a theorem that can be re-stated later on. Is ...
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How to automatically repeat all the theorems?

What I'm trying to do sounds quite simple: \begin{thm} Theorem 1 text. \end{thm} ... \begin{thm} Theorem 2 text. \end{thm} ... \RepeaAllThms This should display the theorems as it usually does, but ...
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Repeating an equation including its content and number

I would like to re-use equations with the same content and number. I know that the thmtools package has a restatable environment to do this for environments (like in this answer), but I would also ...
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restate theorem (numbering issue)

\documentclass{article} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsthm} \usepackage{thmtools} \usepackage{thm-restate} \usepackage{cleveref} \declaretheorem[name=Theorem,numberwithin=section]{thm} \begin{...
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Put the proof in appendix, with links between theorem and proofs

I would like to be able to add some proofs of my document in appendix. I like the solution "New Version" given here, but I would like in addition to have: A text below the theorem that write ...
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How do I repeat a theorem number with the llncs class?

I am writing an article with the llncs class, and I am trying to repeat a theorem twice in different sections. For example, Section 1 Theorem 1.1. Let ... And then later in the paper I want ...
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Restating a listing

I have a listing that I want to restate at some later point. How can I do this, without creating a new index for the restated listing? My best approach so far has been to put the listing twice, which ...
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Collection of all definitions, theorems, etc. as flash cards

Is there a way to collect all definitions, theorems, corollary etc. at the end of an document as flash cards in din a6 in landscape? Without copying all the data again? So that the document contains ...
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Is it possible to reprint an equation without actually rewriting it? [duplicate]

I have an equation like: \begin{equation} \label{whatever} x+y=1 \end{equation} I want to write it again, keeping the same number. I know I could do the following: \begin{equation} x+y=1 \tag{\ref{...